Vocations in Public Ministry Lunch: Claire Bjork
September 12, 2019
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Room 205
The Office of Vocational Networking, in conjunction with the Master of Arts in Public Ministry program, invites you to the September Vocations in Public Ministry Lunch with Claire Bjork of Earth Partnership at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. All are welcome to bring their lunch and explore questions of vocational discernment, making a living, and connecting theological education to the needs of the world.
About Claire Bjork
Claire Bjork has worked for Earth Partnership for almost seven years, with a variety of roles including teaching an undergraduate service learning course focused on culturally responsive environmental education, curriculum development, and facilitating professional development for school and community educators.
Claire completed her PhD at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, where her research centered on creating an interfaith restoration education community of practice in collaboration with Holy Wisdom Monastery. She has contributed to multiple Earth Partnership curriculum guides and has most recently been a lead editor of the Earth Partnership Pollinator Habitat Curriculum Guide (2017), with which she has led outreach efforts and training for educators in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Claire collaboratively facilitates Indigenous Arts and Sciences educator, youth, and community learning initiatives with all IAS-partnering Native Nations.